Sallah: Continue to pray for Oyo, Nigeria, Makinde urges Muslim faithful 

Governor Seyi Makinde, Tuesday, asked Muslim faithful to continue praying for his administration, Oyo state and Nigeria.

The governor stated this in his Sallah message issued to the Muslim faithful on this year’s Eid – el- Kabir celebration by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Sulaimon Olanrewaju.

Governor Makinde pointed out that the continued peace and prosperity of Oyo state and success of his government were hinged on the prayers and support of the people.

He emphasised that once the people continued to support his administration, the government would be able to deliver on its commitment to move the state to greater heights through the action plans highlighted in his Roadmap for Sustainable Development, 2023-2027.

“I use this occasion to congratulate the Muslim Ummah in Oyo State and, indeed, all residents of the state on witnessing the 2023 Eid-el-Kabir. 

:I appreciate their prayers and support over the years and call for more prayers and support as we work round the clock to improve the lives of our people and deliver sustainable development as promised during the electioneering.

“My prayer is that Allah (SWT) will accept the act of worship and sacrifices of our Muslim brothers and sisters. Barka De Sallah,” Makinde stated.

The governor congratulated all residents of the state on witnessing the 10th day of Dhul-Hijjah 1444 A.H., marking the 2023 Eid-el-Kabir, praying to Allah to accept the worship and sacrifices of the Muslim Ummah across the country. 

Governor Makinde also appreciated the Muslims for their support and prayers during the four years of Omituntun 1.0, and called on them to continue to pray for his administration, the state and Nigeria.